Click link below for all important information you need to register your student for this wonderful opportunity.
The Walker Career Center Culinary Arts Program, facilitated by Chef Carol Rice, sent two student teams to the Indiana State Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and ProStart (National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation) contest. Each team had to prepare an appetizer, a main entrée and dessert in 60 minutes! Team A placed 3rd in the FCCLA and ProStart out of 20 competing teams. Team B was awarded Best Appetizer. The Walker Career Center again would like to congratulate both the students and Chef Rice on an amazing performance!
Team A Front Row-Knisha Radford, Teleshauna Harris, Byron Hinojosa and Christopher Ritter
Team B Back Row-Adrienne Puckett, Sanaya Richardson, Rodney Johnson and Juan Ramirez
Eastside Special Education Transition Fair
Warren Central High School-Enter Door 1
March 12, 2015 6:00-8:00 pm
A variety of providers, service agencies and information provided and meet with individuals that will be able to assist you with services now and later!
VR 101 (Vocational Rehabilitation Training)
BDDS 101 (Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Training)
Utilize WCHS Si Com Lab to complete online applications and check your Medicaid Waiver on the Portal. Someone will be on hand to assist you with this process.
Access information on leisure activities that you and your child can become involved with in the community! Questions call 317-532-6401
MSD of Warren Township District Framework
The research and the references upon which the framework is based are available upon request.
Online Access for Parents and Students
Parents/guardians and students attending Warren schools have online access to courses, grades, attendance, discipline, and academic history that is stored in Tyler SIS, our student information system. This information is real time and is available 24 hours a day from any location as long as you have access to a computer and Chrome, Internet Explorer, or FireFox. You can access Tyler SIS by clicking on the link below, entering your username and password, and clicking LOGIN.
College and Career Ready - It's in Your Future!
Indiana College and Career Readiness Standards are being taught in our schools and we want to help you understand these standards and give you ways to assist your student at home. Continue to check back as Dr. Cushenberry, superintendent, will share articles, websites, books, etc. to help you navigate this new territory. As always, contact your child's teacher or principal with any questions or concerns you may have.
- NEW - 2015: The year of curriculum-based reform? (Thomas Fordham Institute)
- Superintendent Glenda Ritz Family Engagement Message
- National PTA Parents' Guides to Student Success
- Preparing America's Students for Success
- K-12 English/Language Arts Glossary
- New set of "mathematical practices"
- The Cognitive Science Behind the Common Core (Center for American Progress)
- Critical Thinking is the Key (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
- NPR Ed - The Common Core FQA (May 27, 2014)
- Math Vocabulary Terms (Indiana Department of Education)
- What are Standards? (Indiana Department of Education)
Handouts from the Community Dialogue - How to Help Your Child in the New Academic Environment:
- General Resource Page
- Math Resources
- Reading Practices
- Language Arts, K-6, Presentation
- Scholastic Reading Inventory Performance Standards, K-6
- Math, 7-12, Presentation
- English, 7-12, Presentation
- English Resources, 7-12
Warren Township Awarded $28.5 million Race to the Top Grant
Before/After School Childcare
Before and After School Childcare for students in grades K-6 will be offered through the YMCA. Locations will be at each elementary and intermediate school. (The Early Childhood Center will continue to offer preschool daycare.) More information on this program can be found by accessing the flyer.
The Twenty-first Century Scholars
The Twenty-first Century Scholars Program began in 1990 as Indiana's way of raising the educational aspirations of low- and moderate-income families. The program aims to ensure that all Indiana families can afford a college education for their children. Income-eligible 7th and 8th graders who enroll in the program and fulfill a pledge of good citizenship to the state are guaranteed the cost of four years of undergraduate college tuition at any participating public college or university in Indiana.
Warren Township takes the safety and security of our students very seriously. You can report an incident to any Warren administrator or use the options below.
- You can report a bullying incident using the Bullying Report Form>>>.
- You can also report a bullying incident or safety concern by calling 317-532-3049 and leaving a message.
Reports will be investigated by Warren Township administrators. Please note, these reporting devices are not monitored 24/7 so contact 911 if this is an emergency.
Herbicide/Pesticide Notification Registry
The Indiana Pesticide Review Board has regulations that impact how school corporations may use pesticides on school grounds. MSD Warren Township follows these guidelines and we are inviting parents and guardians to join our Pesticide Notification Registry. By signing up for this registry, you will be notified, via email, at least 48 hours prior to a pesticide application at your child’s school, subject to certain exceptions. You will be invited to sign up for this notification each school year. Board Policy 8432-Pest Control
ELO's are a chance for students to design their own learning plan based upon their career interests. Students cover classroom content while engaging in business-partner experiences. Click on the picture above to take a look at some of the available opportunities!
Museum Access Pass Information
Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, NCAA Hall of Champions, and Indiana Historical Society have joined forces to make fun family learning available to more Indiana families. Families that participate in any of the state assistance programs. (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Food stamps, Hoosier Health-wise Insurance) Families can visit these locations for just $1 per family member on the account per visit. Some exclusions apply.